Air Canada is opening a pop-up Poutinerie in Northwest D.C. this week, and will donate proceeds to the nonprofit, Martha’s Table.
You can order a rolling photo booth opportunity, complete with karaoke holiday songs, and Lyft will donate the proceeds from your D.C. ride to a local charity.
While most areas in D.C. average six grocery stores per ward, there are three, total, servicing Wards 7 and 8. A growing number of free pop-up food markets is helping to address this issue.
D.C. charity Martha’s Table is collecting SmartTrip cards from out-of-towners who attended the events in town this week.
There’s an oasis — or 29 — in D.C.’s biggest food dessert. In an area with few grocery stores and limited access to fruits and vegetables, a local organization tackles food insecurity and healthy eating.
This summer, a local organization experiences a sandwich shortage and turns to the community for help.
It’s one of D.C.’s most exciting food markets — bringing together kids, community and chefs. But its location is quite unexpected.
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